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EnviroWatch: Carnivore costs, fuels, nukes

First up, from Kyodo News, killing to continue:

Despite IWC resolution, Japan to start “research whaling”: Suga

Japan plans to start “research whaling” in the Antarctic in fiscal 2015 despite a resolution by the International Whaling Commission against the practice, the top government spokesman said Friday.

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Politics

EbolaWatch: Dire scenarios, complications, aid

Lots of ground to cover today, so we begin with a dire warning, via Bloomberg:

Ebola Worst-Case Scenario Has More Than 500,000 Cases

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa could spread to hundreds of thousands more people by the end of January, according to an estimate under development by the U.S.

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Politics

Hello, Pumpkin Patch...

Today certainly felt like pumpkin patch season is upon us. You know that type of day when your feet sigh with relief when you sit down at night? 251 more words

Grammy's Pumpkin Patch

Lean on me

Hi all. It’s been a while, I know! After you read this blog post you’ll understand a little bit why…..

Corn harvest just recently wrapped up here. 959 more words

Farmfamilies

British Guiana - By Raymond T. Smith - 1962

British Guiana   –  By  Raymond T. Smith

Oxford University Press 1962, Reprinted 1964. Reprinted in 1980 by Greenwood Press, Connecticut.        

In 1958 or 1959 I was asked by the… 636 more words

Guyana

Farm supplies

Tips To Buy Used Farm Machinery

Do you wish to add more iron to your agricultural land in the next few months? Until the end of 2013, the auction costs for used… 240 more words

Agricultural Supplies

The Microbe, the Soil and the Scientist: Looking to nature for agricultural answers

Among the millions of microorganisms right under our feet could lie many untapped tools for improving agriculture. These microbes are already making soils fertile and helping plants grow, and scientists hope to employ them, or at least borrow their skills, to boost crop yields.

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Environment